GeoGebra Institute:2011 Annual Report GI Denmark

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People

Mette Andresen (Director, researcher), Morten Misfeldt (researcher), Martin Thun Klausen (trainer, developer), Simon Hempel-Jørgensen (trainer, developer), Rikke Teglskov (trainer, developer), Janus Halkier (trainer, developer), Kirsten Spahn (trainer, developer), Klaus Fink (trainer, developer), Frede Dybkjær (ambassador)

Training and Support

The trainers and the ambassador give courses for teachers (in-service) and support them

Development and Sharing

The trainers and the ambassador develop teaching materials and training materials.

Research and Collaboration

The researchers have engaged in small scale projects with the aim to research and support creative use of GeoGebra as a means for students to express and carry out mathematical investigations. We are part of the Nordic GeoGebra Network project, funded by NordPlus.

Outreach

We share our results and reports from our work at conferences and seminars, for example in the Nordic GeoGebra Network conferences, the Norma11 conference in Reykjavik, Iceland, 7.-11.May and ohers.

Publications

Andresen, M. and Misfeldt, M. (2011). Essentials of teacher training sessions with GeoGebra. In The International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education (IJTME) Vol 17. Num. 4. ISSN: 1744-2710 pp 169-176

Andresen, M., & Misfeldt, M. (2011). Scenario based teaching and a new representational competence. In proceedings of NORMA11 (to be published)

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